A picture of a Schizophragma

Schizophragma

Schizophragma spp.

Hydrangea anomala, May 2016 by Alexandar Vujadinovic (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Full Sun
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy

8a

USDA zone

-12°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

Max

Min

0

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Schizophragma Overview

Schizophragma contains under 10 hardy, deciduous, root climbing species also known as Japanese hydrangea vine. Generally possessing woody stems, these species are well-suited to training through a larger tree and may reach heights of 12m. They produce showy flower clusters composed of inner, small, discrete, scented, white flowers and larger sterile outer flowers with rounded to oval petal-like structures, similar to lacecap hydrangeas in appearance.

How to propagate Schizophragma

Seed

Seed in spring.

Cuttings

Greenwood or semi-ripe cuttings in summer.

Other uses of Schizophragma

Used for training up large trees and through trees. Flowers every season